Johns Hopkins University

Radicle Innovation President & CEO, Albert Di Rienzo, has been appointed by Johns Hopkins University for the third year in a row to be a Mentor-In-Residence as part of the University’s intellectual property administration center, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures. Di Rienzo, a 33 year industry veteran who has served on the Johns Hopkins Alliance for Science & Technology Development board since 2007, has been handpicked by the University for his invaluable experience and expertise, and will assist JHTV in identifying and prioritizing technologies within the University that have the greatest commercial potential and benefit to society.  Radicle Innovation is extremely excited to help further the Johns Hopkins entrepreneurial ecosystem that just last year spun out twenty-two newly created startup companies, completed over 4,300 material transfer agreements, and boasted 58 million dollars in licensing revenue.  For more information on Johns Hopkins Ventures, please visit